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Dec 16, 2011, 15:47

I am closely familiar with the contents of the "Bhagavadgita as it is" and I am sure that there is nothing extremist about it. Please stop harassing the believers and keeping them from diong their job, because they're the only force that can save the world today.




#278 Re:

2011-12-17 01:09:22

yes, there is difference between preaching nonviolence like Gandhi did and preaching Bhagavad Gita. Prabhupada wrote a letter to Gandhi, but he didn't listend to Prabhupda. Prabhupda said to Gandhi - do not go to that meeting - or you will be kille.d Prabhupada said to preach Gita, and not politics. Gandhi didn't listen. So Gandhi was killed. But even Gandhi was for cow-protection etc. Our modern religions like christinity islam jewdaism are agasint animals, they support butcher houses. It is fact! There are many theologists who say that animal has no soul. They even voted that soul is there is women also. So, thus they eat animals. And this is extrimism. This started 5000 years agowhen Krishna disappeared. So then Kali came and killed first cow. From that time many people are killing cows. Greeks liked reincarnation, metempsychosys. But this was rejected by chrisitans. They didn't like soul in demigods. They may like idea of Supersoul and that became God. But they rejected demigods. So people have no idea how is spiritual world different from material plantes of heaven. So they do not know even of material world well, hell exist. There are hundreds and thousands of hellish planets... So... This is very serious situation. If one killed cow means that hundreds of thousands of years one has to suffer in hell for that, imagine - millions of kgs of meat of cow is there all over the world. And doctors, thologists, etics, culture leadrs - they say - "meat is good". So they do not know differnce between what is good for thin body like mind intellect false ego, and what is for eternal atma soul. Sokrates prooved that soul is eternal. And we know that it is in every living being even in plant. If Prabhupada says that one shouldn't become plant, that if one is living just for food - eating etc - just like plnat- is that offense? Or if one compares one to cow - is that offense? Cow is very good animal, favorite of Krishna. So this is real science of God and from God (Krishna), but people are just blind, and take scientific atheism instead and atheistic religions (dharmas). But PRahlada said to stop that.

Religious principles that obstruct one from following his own religion are called vidharma. Religious principles introduced by others are called para-dharma. A new type of religion created by one who is falsely proud and who opposes the principles of the Vedas is called upadharma. And interpretation by one's jugglery of words is called chala-dharma.


To create a new type of dharma has become fashionable in this age. So-called svamis and yogis support that one may follow any type of religious system, according to one's own choice, because all systems are ultimately the same. In Srimad-Bhagavatam, however, such fashionable ideas are called vidharma because they go against one's own religious system. The real religious system is described by the Supreme Personality of Godhead: sarva-dharman parityajya mam ekam saranam vraja [Bg. 18.66]. The real religious system is that of surrender to the lotus feet of the Lord. In the Sixth Canto of Srimad-Bhagavatam, in connection with Ajamila's deliverance, Yamaraja says, dharmam tu saksad bhagavat-pranitam: [SB 6.3.19] real religion is that which is given by the Supreme Personality of Godhead, just as real law is that which is given by the government. No one can manufacture actual law at home, nor can one manufacture actual religion. Elsewhere it is said, sa vai pumsam paro dharmo yato bhaktir adhoksaje: [SB 1.2.6] the real religious system is that which leads one to become a devotee of the Supreme Lord. Therefore, anything opposed to this religious system of progressive Krsna consciousness is called vidharma, para-dharma, upadharma or chala-dharma. Misinterpretation of Bhagavad-gita is chala-dharma. When Krsna directly says something and some rascal interprets it to mean something different, this is chala-dharma -- a religious system of cheating -- or sabda-bhit, a jugglery of words. One should be extremely careful to avoid these various types of cheating systems of religion.



#4738 Re:

2011-12-19 20:48:57

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nice...good ,i am agree with you